Tuesday 24 May 2022

1-year-old recovers from COVID-19

The recovered patient is the youngest infected in Costa Rica

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The youngest patient with the coronavirus detected in Costa Rica has already recovered.

On Wednesday, the Ministry of Health confirmed that the one-year-old tested negative, this a few days after an infected 2-year-old boy was also tested negative for the covid-19.

In total, 34 minors (under the age of 18) have contracted the disease in national territory, of which 12 have already recovered.

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All of them have endured the disease at home without major complications.

Minors are treated for the coronavirus at the Hospital Nacional de Niños (Children’s Hospital in San Jose).

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